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Posted on August 18 at 1:30 p.m.
Glad to see that Dale has made the long-overdue tonsorial adjustment, now pulling even and perhaps in front of Das photogenically.
As for their contrasting views . . .
On Das and Dale Duel Long Distance
Posted on August 14 at 11:39 a.m.
For those who know Professor Molotoch personally and/or by his work as a leading sociologist, you know that what he is thinks will have significant weight with community leaders, if they hear of them.
So spread the word to them, please, if you agree with him.
On Don’t Close Down Delight
Posted on August 13 at 8:55 p.m.
YES ON PROP.19-- In favor of the legalization of the "sweet hemp" that Abe Lincoln liked so much
NO ON MEAS. S-- Against the regressive tax increase to house even more of our people in a bigger jail
On Gigantic Gaviota Ganja Farm
Posted on August 13 at 3:28 p.m.
The tragically misguided and wasteful "war on drugs" rolls on, and we keep filling our jails as an intended consequence.
Any wonder that the Sheriff is trying to get us to swallow higher taxes to build a new and bigger jail?
Voting No on Measure S is an opportunity for folks to force our "leaders" to rearrange their priorities.
Posted on July 30 at 8:55 a.m.
Pedro Nada / Poco Nava . . . Now there was a guy who clawed his way far above his competence level. Glad to see him receding in the rearview mirror.
On Smoking Out Legislator’s Position on Pot
Posted on July 20 at 9:15 a.m.
Aw, jeez, please don't tell me that sevendolphins is now gonna start lecturing about the merits of 10-feet-tall fencing barriers "from a beauty perspective" !!!
You are already boring everyone to death with your off-kilter blather about studies that do not come to the conclusions they SHOULD have.
Give it all a rest for a bit. Doctor's orders.
On More Evidence Against Barriers
Posted on May 5 at 11:11 a.m.
Some say that Pedro Nava and Poco Nada are the same person. Others say that the former is the evil twin of the latter, while others claim that it is actually the other way around. Does anyone know for sure?
On Nava Jumps into Eucalyptus Removal Fray
Posted on June 12 at 7:38 a.m.
The Caltrans bridge barriers proposal is a boondoggle that diverts funds earmarked for far more legitimate traffic safety work merely to try to divert occasional suicidal behavior from one of the great bridges of California, the view from which is a breathtaking delight for millions of people passing along Scenic Highway every year. It victimizes both the bridge and the millions of people who enjoy it for the sake of a cruel illusion that something is being done to save a few lives.
Of the more than 150 suicides that occur each and every year in this Caltrans district, only one occurs from the bridge, and nearly 200 people are killed in traffic accidents in the district each year, many as a result of unsafe road conditions that Caltrans has the duty to address.
Go to the website www.cscbfriends.com to learn the facts and see for yourself the documents that prove the case against the wasteful and ineffective barriers proposal. Notice there that boondoggle is defined as "any work or project of little or no real value financed by government funds; any useless work."
On Caltrans Gives Public Glimpse of Cold Spring Suicide Barrier
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